The Pitt-Bradford softball team dropped a doubleheader to St. John Fisher Monday by scores of 8-0 and 6-3.
The Cardinals run-ruled the Panthers in the opening game, scoring in five of the six innings they batted. Pitt-Bradford had its chances, but left runners on base in the second, fourth and fifth innings.
In the sixth, the Panthers managed to load the bases with two outs yet failed to convert when Meagan Lewis lined out to third base to end the threat.
Krista Jacobs suffered loss, giving up all eight runs on 11 hits. Lauren Hogue had two of the Panthers' six hits.
Pitt-Bradford fumbled away a chance in game two at forcing a split.
A solo home run by the Cardinals accounted for the only run through the first three innings. In the fourth, Sydney Mosby walked to lead off the inning and Lauren Hogue followed with a single. Ang Comilla then doubled in both runners, and she scored one batter later to push the Panthers ahead 3-1.
In the fifth, St. John Fisher erupted for five runs to go ahead for good. The Cardinals had four hits in the inning, which was extended by an error. Sarah Stefanon retired the Panthers in order in both the sixth and seventh to complete the sweep.
Starter Emily Fair took the loss, yielding five runs, two earned, on seven hits. She walked two and struck out one.
Pitt-Bradford drops to 10-8 on the season and will host D'Youville Wednesday at 3 p.m.